2017 Conference: Second Attempt!
If you haven't already registered for CPF's rescheduled annual conference October 20-21, you'll want to do so right away. Some folks had to cancel due to the Hurricane Irma-forced postponment, so we have a room or two available. Just click on the link below to download a registration form, complete it and fax it back now! (Yeah, we know. We'd rather register online too, but our online system bit the dust this year and is beyond our ability to repair, so we had to revert to paper.)

We've got a great agenda planned specifically for sales reps. Peter Lamb returns to our midst as our Keynote Speaker. His Saturday morning presentation, "Best practices from around the world: Who is winning the revenue war, and why?" promises to be enlightening. Peter will also moderate a roundtable session with CPF classified sales reps, touching on the following topics: "The nuts and bolts of selling local classifieds" and "What ads have the potential to be network classifieds?"

Our own Justo Rey will moderate several sessions, including Friday afternoon's Open Mic Publishers Session, and two sessions on Saturday: the ever-popular Three Minute Idea Fair, and a special "Digital/Print Combinations Selling Well" session. Circulation Verification Council President Tim Bingaman will be on hand Friday afternoon with a CVC update.

We have returned to an old, beloved format for our annual "Awards for Excellence" recognition: the Saturday evening banquet. So along with your business casual clothes for the daily sessions, pack some fancy duds for the banquet and photo session. It's your time to shine!

We are looking forward to seeing you on October 20-21 at the Hutchinson Island Marriott Beach Resort & Marina in Stuart, Florida!



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